1. Soconmayso Jirjirooni

    Why not donate instead of going to Mecca?

    Is it really sensible to go to Mecca and spend money there making the Saudis profit more when your own people are dying of hunger?. Why not donate it and build a well, that would be more beneficial to all. Remember at the time of the prophet saw no one was doing business on Hajj but...
  2. Manafesto

    African American Muslim Football Quartback visits Somaliland and vows to match his money with anyone

    Wow what a great and amazing man, I love how some of elites African Americans didn't forget their brother back home and tries to help by giving back. 50 cent was the last famous African American to visit Somalia in Gedo during it's yearly droughts and now this gentleman is matching his money...
  3. Manafesto

    Nepotistic Muse Bihi's administration builds 3 water reserviors in his hometown region and left other regions to fend for themselves

    This triblist trash can't govern a region fairly,how could somalilanders let this sick monster get away with something like this?
  4. Thegoodshepherd

    SERIOUS Somalia seems to be entering a drought worse than 2011 or 2017

    All of the indicators are worse in October 2021 than they were in October 2016 right before the worst drought in Somali history. The 2017 drought was actually worse than the 2011 drought, not as many people died in 2017 because international aid was so swift. The very important nutrition alarm...
  5. IftiinOfLife

    This farmer is using an ancient technique to reverse desertification

    https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2018/09/burkinabe-farmer-wins-alternative-nobel-for-drought-fighting-t echnique/ A farmer from Burkina Faso who popularized an ancient farming technique to reverse desertification is among the winners of Sweden's "alternative Nobel prize", announced on Monday...
  6. Nilotufian

    Every two years like clock work now

  7. D

    Are Somalis and its lands cursed?

    The drought followed by the tropical cyclone. If this was the West, the Islamic scholars would be saying it's a sign from God of his anger with its people like when East Coast US was hit by a series of hurricanes and blizzards in a short span. I don't know, but Somalis have consistently had bad...
  8. DRACO

    Puntland: declares Emergency

    Puntland state has declared a emergency due to drought . Puntland state is appealing for international donor funds help alleviate the effect of it . 70% of puntland mass is in the extreme drought stage and is unlikely to see rain for the next 5 months . #Prayers
  9. Thegoodshepherd

    Fourth rainy season in a row to fail

    The 2017 deyr has failed and will not be sufficient for food production. Gu and deyr of 2016 failed, and so did the gu of 2017. With the failure of the 2017 deyr this means that it has been 4 rainy seasons since Somalia has had sufficient rainfall for any significant amount of food production...
  10. Thegoodshepherd

    Food situation in Somalia keeps getting worse

    FAO is saying that the situation is getting even worse, if that is even possible. 3.1 million people are acutely malnourished, or 25% of Somalia's population. Rains not expected until mid October- early November. I think that the majority of the country may be in phase 4 by then...
  11. Prince Abubu

    Somalis Stay Losing

    Ethiopia, humanitarian groups say food aid for 7.8 million to run out Are we incapable of building a functioning successful state in any country? This is Ethiopia, that has a government and even here we are the poorest and most backward ethnic group. NFD is equally a dry drought-ridden...
  12. N

    Rageh Omaar of ITV News returns to Somaliland to update on the status of the drought

  13. Prince Abubu

    Imagine being descendants of the first farmers

    Imagine Somalis being the descendants of the first humans to invent farming and agriculture. Now imagine that we are a mostly nomadic people who despise farming and suffer from annual droughts and famine...
  14. Madara x

    Famine/drought: Is this a good time for a visit to the homeland?

    One of my friends is considering visiting Somalia. She hasn't been there since she was born. But all she keeps hearing from her relatives back home is that 'this is not a good time visit' because of the famine/drought which has plagued the land. Here is a vid capturing the suffering back home...